Today marks a big milestone. Sprint 19 is complete and published - it contains the final two chapters published in my Mastering the SharePoint Framework Ultimate bundle!
The first of these chapters, Sharing Code between SharePoint Framework Solutions, explains and demonstrates how to use either SPFx library components or NPM packages to share code across SPFx projects. The other chapter, Property Panes for Client-Side Web Parts: Create Property Controls, demonstrates how to create custom property pane controls for web part projects.
These two chapters, in addition to the two DevOps chapters published in the last month (on CI/CD & continuous monitoring), bring us to the “Content Complete” milestone. All the chapters planned for the Starter, Fundamentals & Ultimate bundles of the course have now been published.
Now that the course is complete, we’re announcing an end to the pre-release pricing for all bundles. On July 1, 2020, prices will go up… if you’ve ever considered registering for the course, there won’t be a better time to take advantage of the preview pricing.
Through the end of June 2020, you can get the Fundamentals bundle for $449 or the Ultimate bundle for $749.
Ultimate bundle subscribers get more than just the content - they also have access to monthly office hours virtual meetings & our exclusive mastermind group!
Already a Fundamentals subscriber? Just pay the difference of $300 and we’ll upgrade you to the Ultimate Bundle (contact us if you want to upgrade).
Check out what some of our existing students have said about the course!
- I just wanted to say cheers for your persistence at delivering quality learning material, which is helping me retain my position of lead SharePoint Developer. I love the self-paced learning model, I love the enthusiasm and speed of your updates, and your session on leveraging external resources (such as Azure Functions) was an absolute delight for me, as a C# developer of 19 long years! One of my colleagues is a JS wizard, and she churns out every SPFx web part that I design. Now we can start doing real value-add projects for our business where I create APIs an Azure Functions so that we can create web parts with live integration into many of our specialist industry systems, as well as more mainstream platforms such as Dynamics 365. Finally, … I simply want to say thank you. You’re doing great work and it is appreciated. - Steve Farrall
- I’ve written my first #SPFx web part in TypeScript and I couldn’t have done it without the awesome @voitanos (by @andrewconnell) Mastering the SharePoint Framework course though. Feeling pretty chuffed right now. - James Brennan
- Thanks for the great course, it helped me to bring my thoughts and explorations to a clear point. Each lesson of the course is not too vast and covers the exact portion of knowledge to understand what and how. Now as of SPFx released I am starting my first steps. Walking through the email course and reading your blog posts helped me to clarify a few things. Now am going to master React and TypeScript to put them to use in my projects. Glad to be a part of the community and evolve together! - Timus
On July 1, 2020, the new pricing for our Mastering the SharePoint Framework course will be as follows:
- Fundamentals Bundle: $495
- 16 chapters, 141 lessons, 17+ hours of content
- Ultimate Bundle: $995
- Includes the Fundamentals Bundle
- 13 chapters, 92 lessons, 14+ hours of content
Like before, this is a one-time registration for lifetime access to the course. Existing Fundamentals subscribers can upgrade to Ultimate for the difference of $500.
Your enrollment is for lifetime access to the course. My commitment to you since I launched the course has been to continue to update the course as things change with the SharePoint Framework.
Up until now, the priority has been to record all-new chapters and reach the content complete milestone. While I’ve made updates to various lessons throughout each release, over the next few weeks I’m initiating a complete review of the course to identify lessons to refresh. We already expect Microsoft is planning some changes with SPFx’s build toolchain & I’ll be sure to incorporate those changes in the course. Stay tuned!comments powered by Disqus